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Apache-rat-pd Crack + Free [2022-Latest] Apache RAT plagiarism detector Copyright (C) 2002, 2003 Peter Juniasson This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, to the extent permitted by law. Usage: For example: apache-rat-pd php/php-common.c > TheCodeAndWhoCopiedIt.txt To use your own ant scripts instead of supplied ones: apache-rat-pd ant/build.xml > TheCodeAndWhoCopiedIt.txt If you don't have installed GNU-Find-Like-Find-Or-Replace, then you have to install it before you can use the apache-rat-pd ( Example with GNU-Find-Like-Find-Or-Replace: GNU-Find-Like-Find-Or-Replace -o *.c | apache-rat-pd > TheCodeAndWhoCopiedIt.txt If you want to check if *x* has been stolen from *y*, you would write: apache-rat-pd -f *x* -n *y* -o *x* | grep *y* >../TheStolenFiles.txt Contents FAQ Notes Installation Apt Binaries Apache RAT plagiarism detector Ant Checks for Plagiarism Koders Code Search PhpCrawl Referenced code Requirements Security Screenshots Related Projects Version Donate What's New Apache-rat-pd Crack [Mac/Win] > Apache RAT is a command line tool for searching the code base for possibly plagiarized code using web code search engines. It uses a patched version of john the ripper with the following options: -P 0.000.000 (p) -r 25 (r) -l 11 (c) -w (1) -c (10) -n (10) -f (1) -s (1) It searches on Google code search and Koders code search for matches. apache-rat-pd apache-rat-pd . --config-file= Read configuration from a file instead of command line. . --debug-mode= Debug mode, if true apache-rat-pd will print debug messages, if false only warning messages will be printed. . --help or -h Help . --includes= Include a directory, by default used is the current directory . --includes-relative= Relative includes, by default relative includes are enabled, by enabling these you are telling the tool to search the relative directory for include files . --license Read license from this file instead of the command line. . --license-file= Read license from a file instead of command line. . --license-key= Read license from a file instead of command line. . --license-key-url= Read license from a file instead of command line. . --license-url= Read license from a file instead of command line. . --license-website= Read license from a file instead of command line. . --max-page-size= Read the content of maximum 10 pages, you can set up the -p parameter to perform an unlimited number of pages, but you will probably be told if your number of pages is higher than what is supported. . --min-suffix= Only check for matches that have a minimum number of instances of the prefix given . --min-suffix-dist= Only check for matches that have a minimum number of instances of the prefix given. . --min-suffix-length= Only check for matches that have a minimum length of the prefix given . --min-suffix-length-dist= Only check for matches that have a minimum length of the prefix given. . --min-suffix-length-regexp= Only check for matches that have a minimum length of the prefix given using a regular expression. . --path-regexp= Regexp to match path prefixes. . --print-plagiarism Prints the first N 8e68912320 Apache-rat-pd PC/Windows The keymacro source code is maintained by Sanja Zaytzeff (aka: The Cyanide Kid) License: Apache License 2.0 Licence URI: Support Url: Last edited by michelesbaldini on Sat Jul 15, 2015 3:51 pm, edited 2 times in total. Tue Sep 03, 2015 3:51 pm nolbert Joined: Mon May 21, 2015 5:47 pmPosts: 14 Re: Apache RAT plagiarism detector Thanks for the heads up, I did not realise that this was a copy of code. So sorry to hear you have been affected. It is clearly something that needs some more development. Thanks for the heads up again, Tue Sep 03, 2015 7:36 pm SebastianD Joined: Tue May 15, 2011 11:26 amPosts: 5 Re: Apache RAT plagiarism detector Hello all, I’ve also reported a bug (that also affects others) in Apache Rat’s plagiarism detector. The error that we receive (on Rat’s web UI) can be seen below: This seems to be a bug in the way Google Code Search works; i.e. when searching for the same line of code (line 19 in this case), Rat receives the first (and therefore the correct) search result (with the original file, as requested), and the 2nd search result (as well as any further) are empty (“nothing found”). Let me know if you can reproduce this. If you can, please either post a forum topic, or create a bug at Github ( (you’ll have to register in Github first). EDIT: Another piece of evidence: it’s clearly the same line of code that is being searched for, as seen by the line numbers, in the screenshot. Thank you very much for the heads up, and for the support. I hope you can help me as well Thu Sep 05, 2015 5:25 pm MichelsB Joined: Mon Jun 13, 2015 2:55 pmPosts: 1 What's New In Apache-rat-pd? System Requirements: Intel Core i3 processor, or equivalent 64-bit capable CPU 4GB or more of memory (8GB recommended) Windows XP SP3, Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 512 MB or more of video RAM 1024x768 or higher resolution 300 Mbps or more broadband connection 1280x1024 or higher resolution VGA or SVGA display 6GB or more available hard drive space (depending on the number of players you wish to install) DirectX 9.0c compatible video card with 16-bit color


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